We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
started to drizzle whilst we wandered the labyrinth of lanes around the east of the mosque .. we did not wander too far so by the time we got back the bathers were on their way to the bathhouses so I never really got to...More
Built by Sultan Agung in 1640s, made this masjid the oldest masjid in Yogyakarta. He built it with his citizens who were still in their Hinduism and Buddhism faith. We can take a look at the masjid gate (gapura) called "Paduraksa" as the tolerance manifestation...More
This is the oldest mosque in Jogjakarta and was built during the Mataram Kingdom in 1640. The architectural design is traditional Javanese. It consists of a pair of buildings, a front hall called a serambi and a prayer hall. Part of the old city, the...More
This ancient mosque has several unique object such as traditional pool for men and women separately, which (for them who believe it) has mystical power. The site is quite clean. If you want to enter the mosque, you need to wear traditional clothes (they provide...More
nothing much to explore still is okay to have a quick scroll if you are in this area.no admission fee required but a small donation will help up their community since people there are quite friendly and charm
The Kotagede Mosque is part of the old city where you have the mosque, the public bath and royal tombs. Certain sections are cordoned off for renovation. But you can still see the main part of the mosque. A quick tour if you are at...More
We had about an hour to spare and I asked for something interesting or just a place to have a snack and our taxi driver took us here. So grateful he took us here because it truly was a cultural experience that we otherwise never...More
The cemetery complex is quite interesting, located right next to this fairly ordinary looking mosque. Seems to be no problem to wander around the general cemetery area but not to enter the area where the graves are located. No entrance fee required.